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Indigenous Gift Box with Punky Aloha
Indigenous Gift Box with Punky Aloha
Indigenous Gift Box with Punky Aloha
Indigenous Gift Box with Punky Aloha
Indigenous Gift Box with Punky Aloha
Indigenous Gift Box with Punky Aloha

Indigenous Gift Box with Punky Aloha

$25.00

Our collaboration with Indigenous Soap in a beautiful gift box designed by Shar Tuiasoa with Mama Mauna on the cover.  Pick your stick and soap for this gift set.

Aina Soap

Ingredients:
Saponified Palm Oil, Coconut Oil, and Castor Oil. Kukui Nut Oil. Organic Olive Oil. Orange Essential Oil. Organic ‘Aloe Vera Gel. Organic Laukahi (Plantain). Organic Comfrey. Organic ‘Ōlena (Turmeric). Vitamin E. Rosemary Seed Extract.    5oz

'Āina Soap is the first soap created by the Indigenous Soap Company. 'Āina has been the most popular soap every month since its birth. Here in Hawai'i, 'Ōlena (turmeric) and Laukahi (plantain) flourish and have been used for many generations for healing. We make poultices with turmeric, comfrey, plantain and 'aloe and apply them to the skin to cure conditions such as psoriasis, eczema, and rashes. We have combined this medicinal practice with our quality ingredients to create 'Āina Soap. 'Āina is soothing to the skin, and gentle enough for all ages. 

Cinnamon Soap

INGREDIENTS:
SAPONIFIED COCONUT OIL, PALM OIL AND GRAPESEED OIL. ORGANIC SHEA BUTTER. ORGANIC HEMPSEED OIL. GLYCERIN. ORGANIC CINNAMON BARK. CINNAMON ESSENTIAL OIL. ORANGE ESSENTIAL OIL. CLOVE ESSENTIAL OIL. ROSEMARY EXTRACT. VITAMIN E.    5OZ

Organic Big Island Cinnamon Bark: Cinnamon is a tree that desires to live in rain forests. It has been growing in Hawaii for over 150 years. It is known to boost brain power by its smell and increase circulation when applied topically. 

Hold this bar of soap to your nose and take in a big smell. Notice its strong sweetness, its curious spicy, its joyful floral, and the way it changes note by note as you close your eyes. 

REVIEWS
A L O H A

 

Aloha! 

It is a pleasure to have you a part of our Mamalani 'ohana.  My name is Mele and I'm mother of three and founder/handmaker of Mamalani.  I am born and raised in Kailua, Oahu and my family has been in Hawaii for centuries. 

Watch this video now featured on Hawaiian Airlines about my company

My grandfather was an inventor and avid fishermen who taught me how to care for the land and sea.  My grandmother was a hula teacher who taught me how to care for others with aloha.  The love my kupuna had for Hawai`i was ingrained in me and needless to say, I love Hawai`i with all my heart!

I have always had a natural interest in healthy lifestyles as I grew up across the street from Kailua beach and was either surfing, canoe paddling or swimming.  I went to college to learn about nutrition and became a Registered Dietitian in 2008.  I started working in the hospital and food service settings and then at community health centers whose main population were Native Hawaiians.

My health interest piqued when I worked as a cultural nutritionist in which I learned how plant foods and plant medicines were one in the same!  It was at the same time that I started having children and noticed changes in my body and skin that were new to me.  I started to smell in ways I wasn't used to and had to start using deodorant more regularly than before.  I experimented with a body powder as my first underarm deodorant after realizing that powder is a very useful application for the hot and humid lifestyle we have in Hawaii!  I also researched the ingredients most commonly found in deodorants.  It was then that I felt the need to merge both my traditional plant knowledge and nutrition background to create Mamalani in 2012.  

I decided to name my company, Mamalani, after one of the most influential people in my life, my grandmother.  Her nickname was "Mamalani," which also translates to mean, "woman who reveres heaven." Our logo represents the connection that we as Hawaiians have with the heavens and earth.  We represent the traditions of our ancestors while also merging the needs of modern day.  I have created a line of natural body products that use the best the land has to offer while also valuing our resources; you will see this in our packaging efforts.  

A very crucial part of our success is based on the abundance of our land and its people. 

Mahalo nui loa,

Mele Kalama-Kingma, Owner and Handmaker

 

 

 

 

 

SUSTAINABLE PACKAGING
Hawaiian deodorant
Our land or ʻĀina is a most precious gift and we should do our best to mālama (take care) of it.  We are a solar-powered facility in Kailua, Oahu in which we built a workshop on the outside of our home patio to save on transportation and and fuel.  We take waste and filler seriously and always do our best to reuse what can be used. 
We house our deodorant sticks in 100% compostable cardboard that will biodegrade in the compost garden.  For our body powders we use tree free labels, but are looking for more mindful solutions when it comes to using plastic. 
Even down to our business cards we print using recycled paper and use the mini sizes!  Let's just say that we love our land and want to keep it as clean as possible for future generations.  
For some extra information here are some facts about different types of packaging and their effects on the land and sea.
GREEN packaging
We use recycled paper tubes and caps because it is most energy efficient and biodegradable.  Here are more facts:
MATERIAL
SUSTAINABLE 
SOURCE
ENERGY TO 
MANUFACTURE
ENERGY TO 
RECYCLE
Aluminum Cans
No
Very High
Moderate
Plastic
No
High
Moderate
Paperboard
Yes
Low
Low
Glass
No
Low
Low